D'Arcy Cain <darcy%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > On 12-03-02 10:45 AM, Greg Troxel wrote: >> Well, maybe I'm off. But in that case, let's drop everything but 2.7 >> and call it plain python, no suffix on the package, and no suffix on the >> installed files, and and remove all support for older versions, so that >> we'd treat it like perl5. Would that be ok? (That's a serious >> question; my impression is that it would not be ok.) > > No, we need 2.7 and 3.x because 3.x is not quite ready for prime > time yet. As for 2., as far as I can tell you are correct > except for Zope which requires a feature only available in 2.4 > which is EOL'd so maybe we should drop Zope as well. My impression > is that Zope people build it manually anyway. Sorry, I meant only 2.x. It seems that no one expects all 2.x code to just work with 3.x. But I may be wrong on that too.
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